One of the first things many consumers do when shopping for apparel or home furnishings is read the label to see what fiber a fabric is made from. The government has made this a requirement, per the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act (15 U.S.C.70), the Wool Products Labeling Act (15 U.S.C. 68), the Fur Products […]
Here we talk a lot about the different applications for bleached cotton, and one of those uses is in hard surface wipes. However, one application that often gets overlooked is something extremely similar: wet wipes for personal care.
Nonwoven fabrics are used in a number of wet wipe applications. The first use was in baby wipes; the fabric is saturated in a safe solution suitable for cleaning babies when the time comes to change their diapers. This cleaning aspect is now used in many applications, such as companion wipes to be used with […]